By the end of next week, Moderna is expected to have shipped 171,600 doses of its vaccines to Canada, a figure that will then jump to 250,000 in mid-February and 1.24 million by mid-March, says the official overseeing Ottawa's distribution plan for vaccines.
Maj. Gen. Dany Fortin, who oversees Ottawa's vaccination distribution plan to provinces and territories, says the feds are trying to 'provide as much visibility as possible' by sharing expected shipments for the rest of this month and February. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Federal officials signalled to provinces and territories Friday that more vaccines are coming in February, as premiers decried a looming shortage in stock.
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The special committee was created through a Conservative motion that was backed by the Liberals, Bloc, and NDP. Nearly half of the members of the committee are members of the International Trade Committee.